Father Of 10 Kids, Antonio Cromartie, Got A Vasectomy. Then Found Out The Hardest Way That It DIDN’T WORK

A lot of words come to mind when you hear the name Antonio Cromartie: Florida State Seminole… Cornerback… Father… New York Jet… and last but not least.. Full time layer of pipe. You see, Antonio Cromartie’s already fathered 10 children, something he recently made jokes about on Instagram in reference to paying a comical amount of child support. Well, after fathering 10 kids Antonio did the responsible thing and got a vasectomy. Usually this means that his chances of fathering any more children are slim to none, but this is a professional pipe layer we’re talking about here.

In an interview with Us Weekly, Antonio’s wife Terricka dropped the news that she’s now expecting TWINS. Not one kid, SHE’S HAVING TWINS. He got his tubes tide, his balls snipped, he thought he was done with kids forever…and now he’s having a set of twins. Twins that will be his 11th and 12th children…His wife also announced the new on Instagram yesterday after speaking with Us Weekly:

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A photo posted by TERRICKA CROMARTIE ๐Ÿ’‹ (@iluvterricka) on

So what are the chances of this happening? Well, according to this website about vasectomies the Harvard Medical School reports that approximately 1 in every 4000 vasectomies reverses itself, so the chances are ridiculously slim.

When people ask me who the best athletes I saw play during my years as a student at FSU I’ve usually got two answers for them: Anquan Boldin and Antonio Cromartie. To me Cromartie’s not this dude who just runs around town, laying pipe 24/7/365. He’s a stud cornerback from FSU and went on to be a badass in the NFL…but I’m starting to think I really need to change my perception of him, because it’s almost undeniable that the most interesting thing about Antonio Cromartie is that he’s expecting his 11th and 12th children, both of which he managed to conceive after getting a vasectomy. I guess here’s to hoping that there’s enough life in Cromartie’s career to support 12 children? Because that’s an astronomical amount of child support. (h/t PageSix)